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Arctic Centre PhD Matilda Siebrecht awarded research grant-in-aid

26 April 2019
Matilda Siebrecht
Matilda Siebrecht

Arctic Centre PhD Matilda Siebrecht has recently been awarded a research grant-in-aid by the Government of Nunavut's Department of Culture and Heritage.  Over the summer of 2019, she'll be in Arctic Canada studying Paleo-Inuit (Tuniit) artifacts."

More information about her research.

Last modified:26 April 2019 1.45 p.m.

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